How is it even possible for Kim Kardashian’s make up not to melt in this weather? It was 30 degrees, I was drenched in sweat and it was only 10 in the morning. As I stepped out of the airport’s arrival hall, I was greeted by an excessive amount of palm trees lining the pavement. … Continue reading California Dreaming
Human ear can hear sound frequencies between approximately 20 and 20,000 hertz. You identify certain sounds for different things and make sense of the world through sounds, to sense and to communicate. Some sounds are unfamiliar to your ears, and you’ll sense anticipation for what you’ll face. Some sounds are unwanted, they disturb you like … Continue reading The Shrine of Sounds
The four hours bus ride from Rabat to Chefcaouen felt like a dream. As the bus left Rabat the buildings became sparse and the scene quickly changed to rows of olive trees. When the bus started its ascent on the foothills of the Rif Mountains the sun had just begun to set, casting its golden rays all over … Continue reading Chefcaouen; The City Drenched in Blue
Another summer has come, and I have just realised how quickly time has passed! I have no plans yet for this summer but to go back to Indonesia for a few weeks. It will be another summer of sun before getting back to Glasgow’s autumn air. Last summer I was in Perú with National Geographic … Continue reading Ollantaytambo Behind the Lens; Peru Beyond Macchu Picchu
I’d always pick Glasgow over London and I’d state how much I hate London, while deep inside I have to admit that London has those little big things Glasgow doesn’t. After years of living in the UK and my frequent visits to London, I was not ready to see Asia laid off in front of … Continue reading Asia in London; a day trip to the Far East and a taste of home.